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Wednesday 6th November run training – strength and stamina.

Light up and run.

Light up and run.

The Brooks 10k is almost upon us, marathon season is approaching and Winter has kicked in! What better time to beat any blues and add variety to your weekly training or to keep up and improve on the fitness that you have already built up.

This Wednesdays session is a mix of both strength work and an interval method that has proven to take minutes of athletes personal best race times. Don’t be afraid if you’re fairly new to running, you won’t be expected to take off like a firework but your legs may start to feel the beneficial burn.

There’s no need to bring anything except warm layers and water.

PLACE AND TIME: Lifeguard hut, corner of Hove Street (parking at King Alfred car park) @ 7.30 pm

COACH: Kate (07702983744)

£5 please book online here



Pace your pyramid, Weds 21st Nov

Fitbitch training sessions give you wings!

To improve as a runner, and see more improvements in body shape and fitness, you need to vary your training to incorporate more than just your usual length and speed of run.

This training session is designed to do just that.

Suitable for beginners, experienced runners, and an essential part of training for our Brighton Half and Marathon runners, we will be working on interval sessions that will improve your speed, help you focus on technique and give you a huge endorphin buzz to boot! Not to mention give you a psychological edge when it comes to race conditions.


Location: Lawns adjacent to Hove street by King Alfred Centre

Time: 7.30pm

Coach: Rachael

Drop in: £5